Art and Spiritual Evolution
Biological evolution has advanced
to the point that a 'spiritual evolution' is taking place. This
natural process is happening, no matter if we are aware of it or
Our first step to improving a
myriad of health problems is understanding dehydration and how much
water we need to be drinking daily to maintain our fragile health.
Endangering Our Earth?
The everyday items that are meant
to facilitate our lives, in fact may be harming us more than we
bargained for. Organic chemicals are extremely cheap to produce
and are very effective in their job functions.
Forward to Clean Energy
Fortunately, solutions exist and
if we are able to raise awareness and convince our policy makers to
consider it a priority, we can all look forward to a bright, energy-rich
future instead of one marked by environmental, political, and social
You don't need to save for a rainy
day if you create a system that is in harmony with the needs of the
human animal. Create what you need and eliminate the reliance on things
you cannot create.
Things You Can Do to Help Your Earth
you live in New York City or Big Fork, Montana, everyday decisions
that you make can impact the environment. The revolution starts at
home. Here are ten things that you can do to help save YOUR world.
We are all one. In this article
we explore the idea of the Earth as an entire entitiy and as our mother.
Fabulous Sylvan Sisters
An hour later, Donna was lazily
reclining in the passenger seat of Melinda's cherry red Volkswagen
New Beetle, consuming a brunch consisting of a can of Diet Pepsi and
a low-tar cigarette...
Designs in Peru
Photographer Michael Weintrob travels
to Peru with è bella Designs, to capture how è bella
has helped to revive the art of weaving and the Peruvuian economy.
first thing in the morning is the very best time to taste wine since
your palate is fresh and unviolated. But I don't do it: the sight
of daddy in his bathrobe on a Sunday morning slogging down a half-dozen
bottles of wine could stay with a child.
& Arcoda—Six Years of friends, funk and crack horns.
Pete Pidgeon & Arcoda celebrate
six years as a band by playing at Boston's Harpers Ferry. Opening
up for Arcoda was Color and Talea and Caveman. 4/4/04.
Prince Discovers a Rose
Selections by Brian
- [It Fails to Pass]
- Smallness annihilated
in the scope of puzzlement
- Untitled A
Feb. 19, 2004
of the Art,
Oct. 23, 2003
Aug. 30, 2003
Aug. 14, 2003
We left on the first feel of spring
and drove in still darkness
through Berkshire hills
to baptize ourselves in pond mud,
cigarette butts, Busch beer cans.
I went under hand in hand
with the girl from college
(silly and angelic) through thick naked
oak trees, to find a place to pee.
another through the layers
of darkness into the final moonlit sky
that was this world, the girl breaking
the fog after me and running
out towards the sky’s belly,
waiting for the meteor shower.
Turning at last to see no stars
just a perfect blackness
and then a light
and another shining out ahead
to bring us home. We lay down
in the grey coarse sand, rock after rock.
A fat pile of alcohol,
and drinking side by side in silence
to go back where we came from.